Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) is offering valuable training for people in the construction sector looking to upskill and reskill, supporting a Scotland-wide transition towards a zero-carbon built environment.
On March 29th, CSIC will launch a second free-to-attend programme focused on the fabric and structure of sustainable buildings. Supported by the Scottish Funding Council through the National Transition Training fund, the Low Carbon Learning is a training programme for people in the construction sector to learn the construction skills of the future.
This launch follows the success of the first part of Low Carbon Learning which was Scotland’s first publicly funded training programme in Passivhaus and EnerPHit.
Up to 500 places are available and the course will run until July. The series covers four core areas critical to the future of the sector and will include live demonstrations at CSIC’s Innovation Factory in Hamilton.
The launch will also highlight to the audience the need for the industry to use more homegrown alternatives and sustainable materials in order to reduce the carbon footprint of our built environment.
It is my pleasure to be amongst guest speakers who are all experts in their chosen field and look forward to this online event. You can register for the course here or visit CSIC’s website for more info about their programme of events.